Skrill plans September launch

Skrill, the UK online payment company, will wait until the end of the summer break before launching a €305m loan package that backs its leveraged buyout by private equity firm CVC.

  • By Olivier Holmey
  • 20 Aug 2013

The debt, an all senior loan structure, will consist of a €275m term loan and a €30m revolving credit facility. The remaining buyout financing, around €300m, will be provided as equity from CVC.

The leads do not intend to market the deal for an extended period of time ...

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